It seems that with the new prices, a new look has also been presented.
AMD seems to still be keeping the price cut on the Ryzen 7000 series, even with the end of Black Friday and Cyber Monday. AMD’s webshop banner has changed its title to “Holiday Deals”, which could mean that the prices that were cut at the start of Black Week could stay until the end of the year.
Remembering that prices for the AMD Ryzen 7000 series are only cut in the US, in Brazil, prices remain without much change🇧🇷 Check below how prices are on the Newegg website, where they already present the new design of the 7000 series boxes.
Prices have remained low for 2 weeks. The wave of discounts reaching up to 17% started in China and quickly spread to European and American sellers. As of this writing, prices remain lower.
Check out a direct comparison between the old box model and the new one🇧🇷 On the left is the new model, and on the right is the old one.
In the American Amazon it is also possible to find the processors at lower prices. The Ryzen 9 7900X is priced at $439.99, the Ryzen 7 7700X is priced at $348.99 and the Ryzen 5 7600X is priced at $248.99. The Ryzen 9 7950X was not in stock at the time of writing.
It’s in Brazil? How are the prices?
In Brazil, we found prices at an average not very different from what they were before the cuts. Comparing prices on Kabum!, it is possible to have an average.
On Black Friday we didn’t see much price change on these products, showing that even the price cut that AMD carried out did not affect Brazil directly🇧🇷 It is expected that prices will also be cut in Brazil, with the reduction in hardware prices, nothing more fair that the cuts are also applied here.
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